Survivor-Centered Systems of Care

Centering Racialized and Newcomer Women in Gender-Based Violence Systems of Care

Building on the learning from our Roots of Safety service planning approach, the Survivor-Centered Systems of Care Project aims to centre the experiences of racialized and newcomer women in gender-based violence systems of care and address the root causes of gender-based violence.

Facilitator Training

DIVERSEcity will engage and train immigrant, refugee, ethnocultural, racialized women (IRER) gender-based violence survivors to lead service providers in critical reflection on existing policies and practices through the lens of survivors themselves. Together, they will address discriminatory GBV prevention and response policies, and create processes for ongoing collaboration.

*Free Facilitator Training - Starts May 1st, 2023*

Register Today! Deadline for Spring Cohort is April 16th

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Advisory Panel

We will be gathering your voices through webinars, forum discussions and other collaborative methods to develop an Advisory Panel that will help guide participants in the SCSC Program. Click the button below to find out more and how you can join our mission to help facilitators make changes in the system.

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Your Voice Matters

  1. The aim of the project is to develop promising practices to:
  2. Address persistent harmful gender norms and attitudes
  3. Increase networks
  4. Encourage collaboration to accelerate systemic change
  5. Advance more equitable, inclusive policies and practices, and effective sharing of resources
  6. Support positive distribution of authority, voices and decision-making power to support women’s equality
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